garrulously


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gar·ru·lous

 (găr′ə-ləs, găr′yə-)
adj.
1. Given to excessive and often trivial or rambling talk; tiresomely talkative.
2. Wordy and rambling: a garrulous speech.

[From Latin garrulus, from garrīre, to chatter.]

gar′ru·lous·ly adv.
gar′ru·lous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.garrulously - in a chatty loquacious manner; "`When I was young,' she continued loquaciously, `I used to do all sorts of naughty things'"
Translations
بِثَرْثَرَه
upovídaně
meî mælgi/kjaftæîi
zhovorčivo
gevezelikle

garrulously

[ˈgærʊləslɪ] ADVcon garrulería or verborrea

garrulously

adv to talk/chat etc garrulouslyschwatzen, plappern

garrulous

(ˈgӕrələs) adjective
fond of talking. a garrulous old man.
ˈgarrulously adverb
garˈrulity (-ˈruː-) noun
ˈgarrulousness noun
References in classic literature ?
When I had dressed and opened the door, I heard the waves still lapping on the beach, garrulously attesting the fury of the night.
Trying to light a tin lantern he hugged it to his breast and talked garrulously the while.
Frenetically edited, theatrically acted, and garrulously scripted--one can feel felled by the film's landslide of subtitles--Faust reverts from the hushed, ascetic monodramas of Sokurov's late period to the fanciful storms of histrionics and anachronism that characterized such early works as Mournful Indifference (1987) and Save and Protect (1989).
In the following days, senior executive branch officials garrulously provided explicit details, from the now-iconic White House Situation Room photograph to intricate diagrams of the Abbottabad compound and the assault force's composition.